Last night reminded me why I really prefer Mac. Trying to get the XPS13 laptop (model 9350 for those that are reading this that might have come here looking for clues) ready for sale and of course a factory reset can’t be straightforward. Dell has options for just this scenario but once I ran theContinue reading “Fun with Dell computer recovery”
Purple Aster. Edited with VSCO L4
The prairie colors of late summer. Yellows and whites cranking up with a splash of purple provided by the Purple Aster. Edited with VSCO L4 toned down a bit to make the colors pop more.
This question, via Om Malik’s excellent blog, is an interesting one that I haven’t asked myself. So why do I photograph? I love the process of trying to see things differently and a camera helps focus (no pun intended) that process. Whether its a different angle or crop, or different light, I always enjoy theContinue reading “Why do I photograph?”
The building I work in is on the grounds of what was the Glenview Naval Air Station. When they turned it into commercial and residential use they created a park, Gallery Park, with a lake. This is an overlook on the lake. Edited with Hipstamatic Jane lens, Irom 2000 film, and Apollo flash. The JaneContinue reading
Cool, foggy morning here. Fall almost here.
I spent a lot of time looking over DEVONthink 3 beta version yesterday after talking to a friend about it during a discussion we were having about replacements for Evernote. I used DT 2 to store all of my paperless storage stuff for years and moved it out at one point when I felt likeContinue reading “Bear to DEVONthink 3”
Love the reflection of the walkway in the water drop hanging of the stalk of this Big Bluestem plant. Took the picture because I liked the water drop and noticed the reflection when I zoomed in a bit for the crop. Edited with #VSCO and L1/Forest
From today’s Daily Stoic… Steve Jobs told BusinessWeek in 2005, only midway through Apple’s stunning rise to becoming one of the world’s most valuable companies: “Quality is much better than quantity. . . . One home run is much better than two doubles.” Don’t think Steve was a student of the game of baseball 😉 A home runContinue reading